Ken Griffey Jr., was three votes shy of a unanimous vote to gain entry into Major League Baseball's highest honor, induction into the Hall of Fame. There has never been a player inducted by unanimous vote.
New York Mets catcher Mike Piazza will join Griffey in Cooperstown. The former outfielder and catcher were the only two players to receive the required number of votes. Listen to Griffey thank his teammates as he reflects on his career.
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